College of Professional Education
Programs in the College of Professional Education (COPE) at Texas Woman’s University have earned a reputation for producing extraordinary professionals who are leaders in their communities.
We are passionate about advancing quality in our schools, libraries and communities.
How do you want to make a difference?
Do you dream of being a teacher or administrator?
Our teacher education faculty share your passion. Whether you want to start your career in education, enhance your current teaching career or want to move into teaching from a different career, our programs prepare you to make an impact in the classroom and beyond.
Want to work with children and families?
Texas Woman’s department of human development, family studies, and counseling provides programs aimed at strengthening families. Prepare to work as a counselor, parent educator, child life specialist or marriage and family therapist; administer programs for infants/toddlers; or enter other fields aimed at enhancing the quality of life for individuals and families.
Is literacy your passion?
Our department of literacy and learning prepares leaders in literacy by providing study in literacy teaching and learning from preschool through adult years. Our Reading Recovery Training Center is one of only two in the U.S. that can train trainers for other universities, and is the only Descubriendo la Lectura training center in the world.
Want to share your quest for knowledge with others?
Our School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) offers master’s degree and certification programs that prepare professionals to work in information environments including academic, public, medical or school libraries; corporate and other special libraries; government agencies; and more.
Our programs focus on the helping professions aimed at building better communities — one student, one person, and one family at a time. Through high-impact, hands-on learning experiences, we create opportunities for you to thrive.
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